Medals were handed out in women's curling, the four-man bobsled, men's hockey and the women's 50-kilometer cross-country mass start race.
The 23rd Winter Olympics, the first in South Korea since the 1988 Seoul Summer Games, passed by without any major scandals or organizational hiccups, though there were some sporadic cases of doping.
This prompted the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to issue a warning to all American citizens attending the Games. Russian athletes who had proved they were clean were allowed to compete as Olympic Athletes from Russia under the neutral Olympic flag, but the Russian flag and Russian anthem were banned from the Games.
Russian Federation has been the center of controversy before and during the Winter Olympics event due to its many doping violations.
After weeks of watching some of the greatest athletes in the world compete in Pyeongchang, we have reached the closing ceremony of this year's Winter Olympics.
Infamous hacking group Fancy Bear has been highly active in trying to discredit Olympic athletes, as well as the games itself, in retaliation - stealing and leaking sensitive medical and other documents. The Russian flag was not featured in the closing ceremony because the country was penalized by the International Olympic Committee over doping charges.
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Two-time champion Amy Yang and world No. 2 Sung Hyun Park were among six players at 5 under. Another former University of OR golfer, Aaron Wise, had a 76 and was tied for 123rd.
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Ester Ledecka pulled off one of the shocks of the Winter Olympics by claiming the gold medal in the women's super-G. Netherlands rounded out the top five with 20 total medals, eight being gold.
Although the 22-year-old Ledecka was the fifth athlete to win in two sports at one Games, she was the first to do it in two completely different events as the previous double wins had been achieved in Nordic ski competitions. It was also the 39th medal for Norway, a winter Olympic record.
However, it was Yang Tae-Hwan, 13-year-old prodigy, who nearly stole the show from more seasoned performers at the closing event on Sunday night.
The host nation ended the games in seventh place with 17 medals.
Officials in PyeongChang acknowledged that the Games were hit by a cyberattack during the February 9 Opening Ceremonies but had refused to confirm whether Russian Federation was responsible.